668. Ra'aya Meheimna (the Faithful Shepherd). And in the compilation of the first part, the Faithful Shepherd said: "This crown that is called Zarka is Yud, which is the fourth SFIRAH TO CHESED, GVURAH AND TIFERET, NAMELY, MALCHUT. AND IT IS CALLED 'ZARKA' BECAUSE IT IS CAST (HEB. NIZREKET) AS FAR AS THE SUPERNAL THOUGHT THAT HAS NO END, AS ABOVE IN THE PRECEDING PARAGRAPH. So also the living creature whose name is man, WHICH IS MALCHUT, and its four faces, which are THE FOUR LETTERS OF Yud Hei Vav Hei, ARE Makaf, Shofar Holech, Segolta, for it is three living creatures which are twelve tribes. End of Ra'aya Meheimna (the Faithful Shepherd).
669. The continual burnt offering is the fourth leg of the Supernal Throne, NAMELY, MALCHUT. It rises (Heb. olah) continually on each one of the six Days of Creation, NAMELY: CHESED, GVURAH, TIFERET, NETZACH, HOD AND YESOD OF ZEIR ANPIN, while on the Shabbat it is a double portion offering (or: 'doubly rises'), so that light and perfection should be added to it, as is fitting, and this we have already learned.
670. Ra'aya Meheimna (the Faithful Shepherd). In the first part, the Faithful Shepherd said: In six Sfirot Malchut ascends continually to the Vav, WHICH IS ZEIR ANPIN, that is attached to them. It is the son of Yud Hei, WHICH IS ZEIR ANPIN, HAVING THE MOCHIN OF YAH, which is hidden in Binah. And in a certain Sfirah of the six SFIROT THAT ARE IN MALCHUT, NAMELY, TIFERET OF MALCHUT THAT INCLUDES ALL SIX OF ITS SFIROT, she ascends to ZEIR ANPIN. This is on the third day, NAMELY, WITH HIS THIRD SFIRAH, that is called 'Tiferet', WHICH IS ALSO COMPOSED OF ALL SIX OF HIS SFIROT. BUT on the Shabbat day, an extra Nefesh added to him is which is Binah, namely, the upper Hei OF THE YUD HEI VAV HEI, AND THEN HE ALSO HAS Yud, which is the sign of the Shabbat, NAMELY, supernal Chochmah; AND ALSO the King, WHICH IS ZEIR ANPIN, is adorned with a crown, NAMELY, KETER, CHOCHMAH AND BINAH OF BINAH. And for this reason 'A crown they shall give You' IS RECITED in the additional service (Musaf).